Councilman says he has some concerns about medical marijuana dispensaries and a cultivation center coming to central Illinois and so does the public.
Pumpkin Races Saturday in Downtown Princeton
Voters will decide in November whether or not to eliminate the auditor's position.
Twin City residents were given the chance to experience first hand the struggles a victim of domestic violence has to travel through.
Service held as a reminder of those you gave their lives in the line of duty.
Back for the fourth time this year.
Used book sale a hit in Peoria.
Man dead after being stabbed in her apartment.
WYOMING - The marquee was lit back up after sitting dark for years.
New Caterpillar Exhibit
If residents want to go to a library, they have to drive to Gridley or Pontiac, and pay around $150 a year for membership.
Educators are visiting from Finland and the Netherlands.
As part of the Mclean County Chamber of Commerce's Leadership program, professionals will help consult other area businesses through service projects.
University pays tribute to founder Lydia Moss Bradley
You've heard of racing for the cure and wearing pink. But, one Peoria crew is taking it to a whole new level for breast cancer awareness month.
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey honors Vicki Lee as a Super Circus Hero
New attractions added this year
Judge Kevin Fitzgerald to replace Judge Elizabeth Robb
Police do not believe the two to be connected.
More than 2500 on a wait list for Peoria County
Project is slated to be completed in November of 2015
PEORIA - October marks cyber security awareness month and a local business is helping others be secure online.
NORMAL - The Constitution Trail in Normal is getting a little spookier this weekend.
NORMAL - There's a new spot in the Twin Cities for residents to take control of their kidneys.
BLOOMINGTON - Irving Elementary students were served up a special treat at lunch Thursday
BLOOMINGTON - It's been more than ten months since Illinois changed its law for using handheld devices while driving, but even the threat of higher fines hasn’t been a total hindrance.
Five have already been taken down in the last two months. More are to come.
Students take in his advice.
Meeting on Allen and Alta intersection to be held.
BLOOMINGTON - The Twin Cities housing market saw a bit of an uptick in September.
BLOOMINGTON - A Bloomington student is a semi-finalist for a prestigious national scholarship program.
When Justine Robinson left for St. Louis in June, the city lost one of its visionaries.
BLOOMINGTON - A police investigation into a Twin Cities shooting has been slow to develop.
Bloomington residents may have to find a new route for their daily commute.
Changes are coming to the way your student's success is measured.
Tammy Duckworth retiring from Illinois National Guard after 23 years of service
PEORIA - The Peoria City Council approved plans created by the Peoria Sculpture Walk Foundation to bring a sculpture walk down Washington St.
City Council approves retention water basin
PEORIA - Establishments looking to add machines will need to first make $1,500 in food, beverage, and merchandise sales for one year.
It's the first time the school has participated in the event, and school officials say the kids are learning a valuable lesson about giving back to the community.
BLOOMINGTON - McLean County residents weighed in Tuesday on the future of the area's mental health system.
We talk to local LGBT members.
Police look for public's help in investigating.
TAPS rescues dog from Mississippi shelter; now looking for a new home.
PEORIA - The Goodwill is recapping the success of its “Patriot Weekend”.
Incumbent Republican Rodney Davis will debate with Democratic challenger Ann Callis in the Brown Ballroom of the Bone Student Center on Oct. 30.
Positive Third Quarter Numbers Show Signs of Recovery
The museum was awarded $1,500 for a Lights on After School partnership.
WASHINGTON - As the one year mark approaches of a tornado that devastated more than a thousand Tazewell county homes, the Heart of Illinois United Way is launching a new book for survivors.
He destroys the bad guys. Kills zombies. Builds kingdoms. One Peoria dad loves to game and often plays the part of a pretend super hero. But what he's doing in real life, is making him a CI hero.